Susan Keane
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The role of emotion regulation in children's early academic success
PA Graziano, RD Reavis, SP Keane, SD Calkins
Journal of school psychology 45 (1), 3-19, 2007
Parent involvement and student academic performance: A multiple mediational analysis
DR Topor, SP Keane, TL Shelton, SD Calkins
Journal of prevention & intervention in the community 38 (3), 183-197, 2010
Profiles of externalizing behavior problems for boys and girls across preschool: the roles of emotion regulation and inattention.
AL Hill, KA Degnan, SD Calkins, SP Keane
Developmental psychology 42 (5), 913, 2006
Regulatory contributors to children's kindergarten achievement
RB Howse, SD Calkins, AD Anastopoulos, SP Keane, TL Shelton
Early Education and development 14 (1), 101-120, 2003
Predicting change in parenting stress across early childhood: Child and maternal factors
AP Williford, SD Calkins, SP Keane
Journal of abnormal child psychology 35, 251-263, 2007
Family stress and parental responses to children’s negative emotions: Tests of the spillover, crossover, and compensatory hypotheses.
JA Nelson, M O'Brien, AN Blankson, SD Calkins, SP Keane
Journal of Family Psychology 23 (5), 671, 2009
Cardiac vagal regulation across the preschool period: Stability, continuity, and implications for childhood adjustment
SD Calkins, SP Keane
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2004
Cardiac vagal regulation differentiates among children at risk for behavior problems
SD Calkins, PA Graziano, SP Keane
Biological psychology 74 (2), 144-153, 2007
Toddler self-regulation skills predict risk for pediatric obesity
PA Graziano, SD Calkins, SP Keane
International journal of obesity 34 (4), 633-641, 2010
Individual differences in trajectories of emotion regulation processes: the effects of maternal depressive symptomatology and children's physiological regulation.
AY Blandon, SD Calkins, SP Keane, M O'Brien
Developmental psychology 44 (4), 1110, 2008
Parenting stress, parental reactions, and externalizing behavior from ages 4 to 10
JS Mackler, RT Kelleher, L Shanahan, SD Calkins, SP Keane, M O'Brien
Journal of Marriage and Family 77 (2), 388-406, 2015
Predicting kindergarten peer social status from toddler and preschool problem behavior
SP Keane, SD Calkins
Journal of abnormal child psychology 32, 409-423, 2004
A modified DBT skills training program for oppositional defiant adolescents: Promising preliminary findings
RO Nelson-Gray, SP Keane, RM Hurst, JT Mitchell, JB Warburton, ...
Behaviour research and therapy 44 (12), 1811-1820, 2006
Developmental origins of early antisocial behavior
SD Calkins, SP Keane
Development and psychopathology 21 (4), 1095-1109, 2009
Predicting stability and change in toddler behavior problems: contributions of maternal behavior and child gender.
CL Smith, SD Calkins, SP Keane, AD Anastopoulos, TL Shelton
Developmental psychology 40 (1), 29, 2004
Social skills intervention in the treatment of isolated or withdrawn children.
JC Conger, SP Keane
Psychological Bulletin 90 (3), 478, 1981
Testing a developmental cascade model of emotional and social competence and early peer acceptance
AY Blandon, SD Calkins, KJ Grimm, SP Keane, M O'Brien
Development and Psychopathology 22 (4), 737-748, 2010
Temperament and externalizing behavior: social preference and perceived acceptance as protective factors.
LE Berdan, SP Keane, SD Calkins
Developmental psychology 44 (4), 957, 2008
Biological, behavioral, and relational levels of resilience in the context of risk for early childhood behavior problems
SD Calkins, AY Blandon, AP Williford, SP Keane
Development and psychopathology 19 (3), 675-700, 2007
Profiles of disruptive behavior across early childhood: Contributions of frustration reactivity, physiological regulation, and maternal behavior
KA Degnan, SD Calkins, SP Keane, AL Hill‐Soderlund
Child Development 79 (5), 1357-1376, 2008
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